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NetSurf team founds formal organisation

Published: 19th Jan 2009, 21:05:57 | Permalink | Printable

During a public meeting held over IRC tonight, the NetSurf team formally founded an organisation "in order to have a bank account and appropriate protections for the funds and assets of the NetSurf Project". Michael Drake was elected chairman in a three-way race for the top spot, John-Mark Bell was made treasurer and Daniel Silverstone was elected secretary. The group, which is partly funded by donations from punters, will hold its first AGM at the Wakefield 2009 Show on April 25.

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Good luck to the Netsurf team and I hope it goes well for them.

 is a RISC OS UserRevin Kevin on 21/1/09 1:00PM
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